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Retouching Revealed
Mathew Brady was apparently one of the photography’s biggest proponents of retouching, according to a piece on today’s Daily Beast by Jim Warren.

Amid a seeming rising chagrin over the sexualization of girls in media, one might note that well before there was the ability to Photoshop images, there was the art of “retouching,” and that Mathew Brady, the famous 19th-century American photographer, was among its most adroit practitioners.

However the original glass plates negatives that are part of Brady-Handy Collection at the Library of Congress, to me are much more beautiful.

More of those retouched photos…
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picturedept:

Retouching Revealed
Mathew Brady was apparently one of the photography’s biggest proponents of retouching, according to a piece on today’s Daily Beast by Jim Warren.

Amid a seeming rising chagrin over the sexualization of girls in media, one might note that well before there was the ability to Photoshop images, there was the art of “retouching,” and that Mathew Brady, the famous 19th-century American photographer, was among its most adroit practitioners.

However the original glass plates negatives that are part of Brady-Handy Collection at the Library of Congress, to me are much more beautiful.

More of those retouched photos…
ZoomInfo
picturedept:

Retouching Revealed
Mathew Brady was apparently one of the photography’s biggest proponents of retouching, according to a piece on today’s Daily Beast by Jim Warren.

Amid a seeming rising chagrin over the sexualization of girls in media, one might note that well before there was the ability to Photoshop images, there was the art of “retouching,” and that Mathew Brady, the famous 19th-century American photographer, was among its most adroit practitioners.

However the original glass plates negatives that are part of Brady-Handy Collection at the Library of Congress, to me are much more beautiful.

More of those retouched photos…
ZoomInfo
picturedept:

Retouching Revealed
Mathew Brady was apparently one of the photography’s biggest proponents of retouching, according to a piece on today’s Daily Beast by Jim Warren.

Amid a seeming rising chagrin over the sexualization of girls in media, one might note that well before there was the ability to Photoshop images, there was the art of “retouching,” and that Mathew Brady, the famous 19th-century American photographer, was among its most adroit practitioners.

However the original glass plates negatives that are part of Brady-Handy Collection at the Library of Congress, to me are much more beautiful.

More of those retouched photos…
ZoomInfo

picturedept:

Retouching Revealed

Mathew Brady was apparently one of the photography’s biggest proponents of retouching, according to a piece on today’s Daily Beast by Jim Warren.

Amid a seeming rising chagrin over the sexualization of girls in media, one might note that well before there was the ability to Photoshop images, there was the art of “retouching,” and that Mathew Brady, the famous 19th-century American photographer, was among its most adroit practitioners.

However the original glass plates negatives that are part of Brady-Handy Collection at the Library of Congress, to me are much more beautiful.

More of those retouched photos…